Tagged with "Ohio State"
Weekly Grumble with IHM 1/16
Category: Daily Blog 2.0
Tags: NFL NCAA NBA NHL playoffs Patriots Michigan Ohio State Penn State

  Hello ladies and gents, and welcome to this week’s grumble with IHM. This week, we’ve seen a little of this, a little of that… nothing all that impressive. You know, aside from the greatest week of football the NFL has to offer (the two day, four game bonanza known as the “Divisional Round”), the potential fall of a legend (Peyton Manning goes down to his successor Andrew Luck in said Divisional Round), the crowning of the first college football playoff champion (the Buckeyes somehow), and a bunch of other crazy crap. So, without any further ado… let’s get on to it!

  As Moz has said many a time, the NFL’s divisional round is the greatest spectacle that the sport of football offers us. The best eight teams, all vying for a spot in their respective conference championship games, all hoping they will be the next team to get their hands on the Lombardi Trophy. This year’s crop of games did not disappoint… the Pats outlasted the Ravens in an instant classic, the Packers got some “controversial” help beating the Cowboys, the Colts surprised some and sent the Broncos home, and the Seahawks dominated the 7-8-1 Panthers.

  And then there were four… the NFL’s final four features teams that don’t exactly shock anyone. The Patriots, Colts, Seahawks, and Packers are among the perennial favorites the league actually has. Each team was a virtual lock to win their division this year… with the exception possibly being the defending champion Seahawks who play in arguably the toughest division in the sport, the vaunted NFC West. Despite that, they edged out the 11-5 injury plagued Arizona Cardinals to win it in the final week of the season, and certainly benefitted from the surprising fall of the San Francisco 49ers.

  As for this week’s games… the Packers make the trip to Seattle, where the Seahawks are nearly impossible to beat in the playoffs thanks to their “12th Man”… you know, that and their stifling defense and impressive ground game. With Aaron Rodgers less than 100%, it almost seems like a lock that the Seahawks will be afforded the opportunity to defend their title on February 1st at University of Phoenix Stadium in Harvey’s backyard!

 

  As for the Patriots and Colts, if you look at what happened earlier this year when the Patriots dismantled the Colts nearly two months ago 42-20, it seems like Tom Brady will get another shot at shutting up Dick Sherman on the world’s biggest stage. Since then, the Colts are 7-1… the one loss being a 42-7 blowout at the hands of the Cowboys while they rested the majority of their skill players. The key here will be if the Pats have someone to lock down T.Y. Hilton, Andrew Luck’s go to guy. The Patriots are the clear favorites, but a key will be the ground game that has all but vanished since the week 11 drubbing of the Colts. This one has the makings of being an instant classic, especially if Tom Brady and Andrew Luck end up getting into an old fashioned shootout. My pick is the Patriots, but that pick is not made with a ton of conviction.

  As for the college football playoff championship game, it might not have been pretty in the end, but we finally got what college football fans have been clamoring for for decades now… a playoff and a true champion crowned. No, TCU did not get a chance… and Baylor didn’t get in, but that was mainly their commissioner’s doing when he was too big of a pussy to name an outright conference champion! The funny thing is, the two teams everyone argues should be in would have supplanted the eventual champion, Ohio State. You can argue all day long that TCU might have beaten the Buckeyes, but then again, after witnessing the way that Buckeye defense was able to dominate both Alabama and Oregon, you’d probably be wrong! If the playoff proved anything it is this; Urban Meyer is the best coach in college football today… and when you give him that amount of time to game plan for a team, they are going to be tough to beat.

  Now I am no longer a Buckeye fan. I was glad to see them win, sure, but after the Tressell debacle and the constant flow of garbage I heard out of that fan base defending that charlatan (and some STILL do to this day), I was out. I’m not jumping back on the bandwagon… merely observing what a guy like Urban Meyer brings to the table. But if there is a fan base I hate even more than that one, it would be Michigan’s! Well, obviously Penn State fans are the world’s #1 dirtbags… but that’s a different story for my next rant! I hope Michigan fan is paying close attention… especially now that the “savior” Jim Harbaugh is back in town. Is Harbaugh a good coach? Yes, he is. Is Harbaugh anywhere near the level of an Urban Meyer… or even Nick Saban? No chance in hell. He inherited a ready to go San Francisco team, which is the sole reason for his success in the NFL. San Diego State? They are a perennial contender in the MWC… they were before he came around, and they have been since he’s left. Stanford… his record there is less than impressive, 29-21, including going 1-1 in bowl games in his four years there. So be careful what you wish for Michigan fan… and just because you get it doesn’t mean you’ll be hanging any banners any time soon!

  In other NCAA news, Oregon QB Marcus Mariota has declared himself for the 2015 NFL Draft, despite the flaws in his game that were exposed by the Ohio State defense in Monday night’s title game. Not sure about any of you, but in my opinion this guy has bust written all over him. Hell, I think I’d take a chance on Jameis before I went with Mariota. He’s a solid kid, great off field, but Winston is light years ahead of him as far as on field ability is concerned.

  As was reported by AFD earlier this week, the NCAA is considering reinstating the 111 wins they initially stripped from Joe Paterno, an act that would once again make him the winningest coach in the history of college football. This of course comes a few months after they decided to shorten the bowl ban initially placed on the Pedo Cats, despite the fact that the university was proven to have covered up decades of child rape at the hands of assistant coach Jerry Sandusky. Of course, dirtbag Pedo Cat fan is thrilled by this idea. Once again, lawyers step in and ruin something… if there is one thing I hate nearly as much as Matt Millen and pedophiles, it is fucking lawyers. And how about that… all of them have a connection to Penn State University. So get ready sports fans… you could very well see the bloated, perma-looking the other way corpse of Joe Paterno surpass an actual good man in Greg Robinson once again on the NCAA’s all-time coaching wins list… and you could possibly finally see my fucking head explode with disgust!

  The Pistons have improved to 8-2 over their last ten, with losses to the Hawks (who are currently on a ten game winning streak) and Pelicans the only two blemishes on their suddenly solid record in the past two weeks, and are now just 2.5 games out of the 8 seed in the East. A major highlight included an impressive 114-111 win over the Raptors in Toronto in which Brandon Jennings had 34 points and 10 assists going up against arguably the best PG in the East in Kyle Lowry. If they can keep this up, the schedule favors them through February… and we could have a .500 or better basketball team here in Detroit!

  Danny Ainge has been all over the map this year, making trades and picking up draft picks on what seems like a weekly basis so far this year. There are so many players coming and going in Boston, it’s starting to look like Kim Kardashian’s bedroom up there!

  But all joking aside… the tanking in the NBA this year is just out of control! The Knicks, Lakers, Celtics, 76ers, and Timberwolves… all God awful and looking to get worse with every transaction! Wonder if Adam Silver is going to step in and do anything anytime soon…

  Calgary Flames rookie LW Johnny Gaudreau is reportedly seeking to secure the trademark “Johnny Hockey” in both the US and Canada. Evidently Johnny wants to become the new most hated man in hockey. Now admittedly I don’t know much about the guy. He’s got a solid 32 points in 42 games so far this year, and he is a former Hobey Baker Award winner at Boston College… but come on man… you’re better than that! Leave the goofy fucking nicknames to former Heisman winning washouts!

  That’s all I’ve got for this week folks. Thanks for reading and for any comments you leave on the way out, and have a great weekend Gabbers!

Deep Thoughts 1-14-15
Category: FEATURED
Tags: Ohio State Buckeye Champions Kurt Busch dated a killer?; Dallas Cowboys and Green Bay Packer Dez Bryant catch Carlos Delgado worthy of vote?

 

Hello and welcome to another Wednesday of deep thoughts. Okay, I have had enough of winter. Where is that darn groundhog? Well, the college football playoffs are over and Ohio State is the winner. If you saw this coming, you are either clairvoyant or lying through your teeth. The Big 10 was a league that has struggled for several years with credibility. It was thought that a team from this conference was just not capable of playing with the big boys. We should have seen the signs. The rout of Wisconsin in the championship game was a huge clue that I know that I missed. It was a game that was written off as an anomaly or simply a matter of Wisconsin not showing up to play. But, I think that there is more at work here. With the loss of QB Barrett at the end of the Michigan game, most of college football wrote off the Buckeye’s season. But, a funny thing happened…they flourished. I heard a commentary about the Ohio State season that made a ton of sense to me. When Barrett went down, the Buckeye coaches leaned on the running game and nobody could stop them. This was obvious against Wisconsin, but most of us simply overlooked the obvious.

 

My main complaint about college football in years past is that I was never convinced that the team anointed “champion” was the best team. Carl Spackler and I always have this conversation about good teams getting better. For me, this is a beautiful thing about team sports. The best team does not always have the best talent, but is the group of players that discovers the best way to play as a team. After watching Ohio State win the first playoff in college football, I am convinced that the best team won. Seriously, is there any question that OSU is the best team in the country? They beat the #1 team In Alabama and put a beat down on Oregon. When you consider that the Buckeyes had four turnovers, the game was really not as close as the score might suggest…so I think that beat down is appropriate. While the talking heads will talk about the performance by Zeke Elliot and the consistency of Cardale Jones, I will remember the defensive stands by the Buckeye defense as the turning point of this game. Congratulations to the Buckeyes for a great win!

 

 

 

I have never been a fan of Ohio State football. The reason was pretty simple…many years ago; I played in a fantasy football league with a guy that was a huge Ohio State fan. To say that he was obnoxious would be an understatement. The second Ohio State fan that I met was over the phone. My daughter was involved in a small fender bender with his wife. I spend hours on the phone each day and I am normally pretty good at working through problems. This guy was a prick…plain and simple. He made a huge deal about the accident and when he began to degrade my daughter, the conversation was over. I went by to look at the damage to his car and the first thing I saw was an Ohio State bumper sticker. It turns out that insurance took care of the damage to his precious vehicle…$63 for a scratch to his license plate cover…I am not kidding. So, whenever I watched a game involving the Buckeyes, you know I was pulling against them. That is until recently. I have another friend that I have discovered was a Buckeye fan. Suddenly, the Buckeyes were not a team that I detested…it was as simple as knowing a friend had a rooting interest. One of the things that I found very comforting in going through my dad’s ordeal was seeing what great friends he had. I have begun to realize that as much as I enjoy sports, there are more important things in life for me. That does not mean that I enjoy sports any less, only that I do not carry the results with me as I might have in the past. I also realize that friendships are more important that any football game.

 


 

 

 

 

 


This past weekend was a tough game for my Cowboys. As I sat watching Dallas play Green Bay at Lambeau field, I could not help but think back to the last time I watched these two teams play in Green Bay. It was the Ice Bowl played in 1967. I was 9 years old and I watched the game with my dad and brother. If you have seen the game, it was crazy cold and was what football in the 60s was…a test of the fittest. As I kid, I did not realize that Dallas had the better team…I only knew that I wanted my Cowboys to finally win a championship. I remember watching Bob Lilly try to scratch traction on the icy field attempting to thwart a last minute score by the Packers. When Starr plunged over the goal line, my heart sank. As the seconds ticked down on that Cowboy loss, I found myself crying with frustration. Angry days followed that loss and I had a difficult time understanding why my team had to lose. As much as a 9 year old could feel hurt, I did. But time passed and I later was able to appreciate what was so special about that game. Losing was bad, but playing the Green Bay Packers in such a memorable game was special, as was the memory shared with my father and brother.

Last Sunday, I watched the game unfold and really liked what I saw. Dallas controlled the ball and had Rodgers chilling on the sideline…until that damn fumble by Murray. I can’t blame Murray as much as acknowledge the great strip by Julius Peppers. It was pretty frustrating to watch the replay and see the huge hole that Murray was almost able to exploit. I will remember this play as I suspect that this game would have ended much differently had Dallas scored that TD. For many other fans, it is the great catch by Dez Bryant that almost was that will what they take from this game. I knew when I saw the ball move when Bryant hit the ground that the play would not stand. I don’t like the NFL rule, but know what it is from having seen others robbed of catches. I also knew that many would have fun with pointing to the irony of how Dallas lost. For me, it is a game that Dallas should have won. The Cowboys had their chances to win last Sunday, but they simply did not make the plays needed to win. Green Bay was very beatable to my eyes. With Rodgers less than 100%, it was a golden opportunity for the Cowboys to finally make it back to the Super Bowl. Oh well…maybe next year. There is one thing that I will take away from this game. It is finding out who your friends are. One of the things that I have enjoyed about the Gab is the chance to learn about other parts of the country. Even though my teams have not recently won a championship, I have been able to enjoy the success of the teams of my friends. Heck...I even will sometimes pull for the 49ers now, because BOB is a fan. I completely get celebrating a big win for your team, but I am puzzled at the pleasure that some take over another team losing. For me, life is too damn short to find joy in the misfortune of others…I guess it was just how I was raised.

Here is a pretty entertaining read by Andrew Sharp:

http://grantland.com/the-triangle/a-guide-to-getting-past-the-dez-bryant-catch/

Andrew makes some good points and I really enjoy how he finishes his article:

Beyond that, the best way to get over the Dez debacle is to just stop pretending this league will ever make sense.

Maybe all sports are better off as a sideshow that we don’t take seriously, but the new NFL is definitely better off as the sideshow nobody takes seriously. This is comedy, not drama.

Now I’m free — not invested, don’t have to pretend to care about any of this anymore. The Cowboys lost in the worst way possible, and now I’m free to enjoy the NFL in the best way possible.”

 

People will be arguing about this call forever more. But after watching what happened to Detroit, it is impossible for me not recognize the irony. So much for Jerry buying the refs…

 

 

                                   By the letter of the rules, it was the right call...should these be the rules for a catch?

 

 


 

 

 

 

In checking out the HOF vote last week, I ran across a story about Carlos Delgado. Because Delgado received less than 5% of the vote, he has been removed from future HOF ballots. In looking at the numbers I could not understand how Delgado received so few votes. Lifetime average of.280, 473 HRs, 483 doubles, 1512 RBIs and 1241 Runs scored. He “only” had 2038 hits, but from 1997 to 2008 Delgado basically hit 30 plus HRs and almost 100 RBIs each year.  When I see that Tony Perez is in the HOF with a .279 average and 379 HRs…it sort of makes me wonder. And…for you sabre metric guys out there…I do not think that Adam Dunn deserves a spot in the HOF. I am sorry, but batting average still matters to me. I know that Dunn hit a lot of HRs, but a .237 batting average does not belong in the HOF. Dunn was very good at what he did, but as a DH…you have to do more than just hit HRs. That is my two cents anyway. But, I digress…it turns out that the reason that so many left Delgado off their ballot is due to the stupid rule regarding limiting voters to 10 players. I will say again…it is time to take a close look at the rules regarding the selection process and do the right thing. Let’s keep the pressure on these clowns…

 

 

 

 

                                                           Here is one writer that at least admitted to voting...

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

NASCAR is normally not in my arena, but I realized that I had forgotten to touch on a story that I found fascinating. You probably have heard that Kurt Busch was charged by his ex (Patricia Driscoll) with slamming her head into a wall. During a court appearance concerning a restraining order against Busch...he indicated that his ex-girlfriend is a hired assassin that does work for the government. Busch talked about the time that the couple were in El Paso and Driscoll left in camo only to return wearing a trench coat covering a blood stained evening dress. Although I am sure that Qwazier will touch on this story...it was something that I had to at least to mention. So, if you found out that your girlfriend killed people for money is this a deal killer or does it add intrique to the relationship. I don't know about you, but it sure would limit the arguments. Nothing stops a heated discussion like her saying, it is okay honey...just go to sleep. Uh...no thanks. I think I will read for awhile. This is so crazy that it can't help but have some truth to it. From looking at her job resume...Driscoll does have the history to make this possible. Take a look:

Driscoll, 37, lives in Ellicott City, Md. She heads two organizations, both of them based in Washington, D.C. One is the Armed Forces Foundation, a veterans advocacy group that partners with NASCAR. The other is Frontline Defense Systems, whose website says Driscoll "spent the majority of her career in the narcotics and intelligence world." Hmmm...

Of course...as Busch's nickname is the "Outlaw"...I suppose a hired assassin for a girl friend is only natural.

This brings to mind one of my favorite movies: Red and Red 2. LOVE these movies and especially enjoyed the character played by Helen Mirren. If you have not seen it..do so and be prepared to laugh...a lot.

 

 

 

 


 

 

That is all I have today, but I will leave you with a bit of Jack Handey…

 

You know what would make a good story? Something about a clown who makes people happy, but inside he's real sad. Also, he has severe diarrhea.

 

If you're a circus clown, and you have a dog that you use in your act, I don't think it's a good idea to also dress the dog up like a clown, because people see that and they think, "Forgive me, but that's just too much."

 

 

Thanks for stopping by and feel free to leave a few deep thoughts of your own…

 

 

 

dvt-Crabby Picks a CFB Champeen...
Category: User Showcase
Tags: CFB Ohio State Oregon Clams Urban Meyer Jameis Winston

 

Alright ya bums...

Dis is da ole Crabster...

Howard "Crabby" Crabberson...

Now back wit yuze on da Gab...

How bout dat...

Da Crab on da Gab...

Not bad if yuze are axking me...

Now da reason da Crabby hasn't been around...

Is cuz deeveetee cancelled his perscription to Crabbys picks...

Dat was a real bad idear cuz de average client won fifty tousand clams each week wit Crabby...

And Hot Dame Madge won a hundred tousand clams a week....

As a matters of fax...

Hot Dame won soze many clams...

Sheze opened da Hot Dame's Hot Clams Chowder Soup House in Pokeepsake, Nuze York...

Bidness is real good at Hot Dame's...

Here's a sample of her soup...

Oooopps, dats da wrong pitcher...

Well its pretty delicious tasting chowder soup anysways...

Soze anyways if its clams yuze wants to wins...

Den yuze needs to listen to da ole Crabster...

Here's da deal...

Weze got two teams left...

Yuze have Oregano on da west coast...

And yuze gots Ohio Steak on da midwest coast...

Soze which one is da best???

Crabby nose whoze gonna win da game...

Here's da deal...

Oh I already sed dat...

Yuze see it doesn't really matter whose favored or whose unfavored...

Cuz if da favored team doesn't cover but still wins den dey are da champs...

Soz dey do really care if dey cover...

Besides dey ain't singin another singers song soze dey aint doin a cover anysways...

Soze yuze wants to know whose gonna win...

Da Duckeys or da Buckeys...

Yuze wants to bet da ranch dressing on a team but dont know who...

Oregano is da sexy pick with doze floor reticent uniforms and dat fancy offense...

Dey clobbered Florida Steak wit James is a Winston cigarette...

Everybody and dere brudders mudder new dat would happen cuz de Seemenholes kept barely winning dere games...

And besides..

Randy Orton came outta nowhere to sack dat Winston cigarette guy...

As for Ohio Steak...

Dey have dat Bourbon Meyers guy...

Heze a good coach...

And dat tenth string quarterback whoze look like he won de Heinzleman Trophy but heze only played two games...

Dey beat Swisscheeseconsin fitty nine to nuttin den dey beat Bear Bryants after dey were losin...

By da way Bear Bryants aint related to Anita Bryants whose busy drinkin orange juice and yellin at gays...

Yuze young whippersnappers wont get dat joke...

Yuze will have to ask an old whippersnapper to splain it to yuze..

Anysways its tempting to take Oregano and lay da points because dat Mucus Membrane is a good QB...

Listen to Crabby...

Its a trap game...

Dont take Ohio Stake and da points...

Take em straights up to win da game...

Lay as many clams as yuze can afford...

Crack opens da piggy bank and lay doze clams as well...

Yuze wont regret it...

Dat all for now and dont forget to call da hotline...

1.888.crabbysezbetdozeclams...

Yuze can finds me on Twitters and facebooks too...

Sorry not on instant graham...

Nitey nite...

 

Crabby

In Other News....
Category: Daily Blog 2.0
Tags: NCAA College Football Notre Dame Oregon Ohio State India Reynolds New Years New Years Resolution Hangover The Beeze NHL Winter Classic


 

So, we're looking at a battle of the O's....

Oregon vs. Ohio State for College Football's new and improved National Championship...Go ahead and guess who I'm rooting for....Well shit, when these final four teams were picked I said then I was going with the Ducks....I hate FSU and Winston...Wow did he look like a fool! I hate Alabama and SEC country, which put me in the odd spot of rooting for Ohio State Thursday night...But you won't see me doing that again...Gotta strap on some green, or whatever damn color scheme the Ducks will be wearing for the big game!  I'm all in...Deep down inside I was meant to live in the Pacific Northwest!


-Earlier in the day I popped on the Cotton Bowl...But I quickly turned it off...1. ESPN has decided to change their in-game scoreboard graphic, which was taking up an eighth of the screen...2. They were playing the Cotton Bowl...But they weren't playing in the Cotton Bowl...It just didn't look right...I know this isn't the first time, but I'm old-school...You play the damn Cotton Bowl in the Cotton Bowl....

-Luckily there was something much better on TV to watch...The Winter Classic...

 


I had no rooting interest...Ok, slightly...Caps Goalie Braden Holtby is on my fantasy team, so I was glad to see him get the win...Also, the jerseys the Caps wore were the best looking ones they've ever had....The Blackhawks Jersey just had slight changes to their classic style...

The Winter Classic has become one of something the NHL has done well over the last few years...

 


I know they added extra outdoor games last year, and I feared it would be over-kill, but they haven't ruined it yet....Yet, is always a key word with the NHL...


-Earlier this week the Notre Dame Fighting Irish did their best to salvage their Football season...It started well, but the wheels fell off after the loss the FSU....But they managed to beat LSU...I hate LSU, LSU fans, and the SEC gasbags that will tell you a 4 loss SEC team should be in the National Championship over an undefeated team from anywhere else...So, while not thoroughly impressed with my Irish, I was still very pleased to beat those ass-hats...A win is a win...A win over a SEC team is even sweeter!


-So, it is 2015...Still feels a lot like 2014...2014 sucked for the most part in my own little world...I have hopes that 2015 is much better...The Holidays blew past me...It was a blur...For the first time in my life, I really didn't enjoy the Christmas season...I hate that feeling...Christmas Eve and morning I enjoyed seeing the kids enjoyment...but when it was all over, and Christmas night when everyone was in bed, I sat in my chair depressed...Not wanting it t o end, because I felt like I missed most of it...I stayed up late watching the last glimpses of Christmas movies...Sadly the last thing playing on TV was Christmas with the Kranks...Wow did that blow...

So, while I never make New Year's resolutions, this year I will...One, to get healthier...Two, no matter how, busy, tired, frustrated, and whatever else, I will get into, and enjoy the Christmas season of 2015 and not just get it done...Three, I'll win the fucking Lotto!


I hope you all had a great New Years...At least better then this fool's...

 



And I hope by now, you aren't still feeling like this...



Have a week...

Have a great 2015...

The Beeze.

Monday Moaning 9-8-14
Category: FEATURED
Tags: NFL NCAA Football Notre Dame Antonio Brown Michigan Cleveland Browns Spencer Lanning Oregon BYU Texas Virginia Tech Ohio State Michigan St

 

Yep...Monday comes running in like a boot to the head!

Seriously, when I saw this play, I laughed my ass off...This play, and well the play that followed pretty much some up the Cleveland Browns since 1999...

Now lets be honest...Brown could have easily cut left, and blown past Lanning, just as he did to ever other member or the Punt coverage team...But shit, what would make this highlight sweeter? Hurdling the damn punter...Dude had to go for it...But when he realized he wasn't going to clear Lanning, or Lanning wasn't getting out of the way...Fuck, time to move that punter...BOOT TO THE HEAD!  Not a Steelers fan...Not Browns fan...But damn I loved this play!

So, they moved it back because the refs felt the boot to the head was "unnecessary roughness"...Okay, give it to Bell now that we see the Browns can't quite tackle! It's so damn Cleveland, us Clevelanders can't be mad...You just gotta laugh!

And I don't care fellow Clevelanders...So what the Browns came back in the second half, and tied it up...Way to go! Then they fell for a fake punt deep in the Steelers end...Totally got burned...Right then they lost the momentum...And eventually they gave up a big drive, followed by an easy game winning field goal wit h no time left...Sorry, no moral victory...They did what they do best...They lost!

Up next for the Browns...A pissed off New Orleans Saints team that got beat by the Falcons...

Hey, anyone see what happened in College Football this past weekend? Texas got abused, at home, by BYU...I forget the score, but it was BYU: a lot, and Texas: hey when is Texas showing up?

Ohio State lost in prime-time , at home, to unranked Virginia Tech...Urban Meyer admitted afterwards that the Hokies exposed their weaknesses...Like, apparently they stopped recruiting QB's when Braxton Miller signed there, and their young offensive line needs a fuck-ton of practice...

Oregon was down to Michigan State...But then they flipped the NIKE switch, and blew the Spartans out of the water in the second half...

But the best game, in my opinion, was the final matchup (for the time being) between Notre Dame and Michigan...If there is one thing I have in common with Ohio State fans, it's a pure hatred for Michigan...Well, folks...The Irish ended this rivalry in fucking style...The beat the shit out of Michigan 31-0....31-0!

 

Awesome! There's nothing else to say....

 

 

No, seriously, I've got nothing else to say...

 

Oh, did I forget your weekly eye candy?

Here ya go...

 

 

Have a week...

The Beeze.

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